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Undergrads are getting older, according to a new study

Amy Scott Nov 28, 2016
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When you think of a traditional “college student” you might not picture someone who’s over 25, or has a family. But a new study finds that about 70 percent of people pursuing a bachelor’s degree are these “nontraditional” students. Student advocates say colleges are going to have to find a way to cater to their needs and help them graduate. 

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